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Hotel Monte Carlo

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Memphis
Reviewed 11 May 2009

Beautiful old building -- mid-1800s hotel? Built for horse and carriages. Some auto parking. 5 quick blocks south of the Zocalo. Safe neighborhood, in my 30 years experience. I've been to Mexico 50 times since 1979, stayed at the Monte Carlo 1-2 nights roughly once or twice most years. It makes a fine pied a terre in Mexico City, to...

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London
Reviewed 14 June 2008

Well it's a beautiful building with friendly, helpful staff and in a great location BUT.... I stayed there for 2 nights and was bitten, whether by bed bugs or mosquitos I don't know, but it was bad enough to make me very itchy and uncomfortable and I moved on.... To be honest, I think it was bedbugs; the sheets and...

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Mexico
Reviewed 5 August 2006

Excellent location, variety of rooms with and without bath, responsible management (a plastic bag of personal items I left was there for me when I came back), ample hotwater, storage room for luggage while you travel elsewhere--but yes, I brought bedbugs back to my house once after staying there and had one bite another time so will probably not go...

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Oregon
1 review
8 helpful votes
Reviewed 1 May 2006

I just returned from a two week trip to Mexico and stayed in the Hotel Monte Carlo coming and going and have stayed there several times in the past. This time, in Room 116, which is really the second floor, has four double beds, the bed bugs attacked me! I looked like I had the measles on inside both arms,...

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Detroit, Michigan
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Reviewed 18 November 2004

As a flight attendant I travel the world for a living. I spend several weeks here every year since 1998. Request a room with a small balcony with a door that opens over the Avenue( Rep. de Uruguay). the owner is usually very friendly and helpful. This hotel is very basic, some have tv's others not. It is usually well-kept,...

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Florida
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5 helpful votes
Reviewed 14 October 2003

I have stayed at this pension-type hotel many time. It is quite romantic and authentic 17th century. Very clean and staff is nice.

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SF, CA
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Reviewed 19 August 2003

I stayed in this place for four nights in December 2002. It's near Hotel Isabel, but on a quieter street, which should mean less street noise and a quieter place in general but also a walk down a dark narrow street late at night. I had no problems at all in the centro historico, but women or nervous types might...

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Additional Information about Hotel Monte Carlo

Address: Calle Uruguay 69, Mexico City 06050, Mexico
Region: Mexico > Central Mexico and Gulf Coast > Mexico City
Price Range: $41 - $63 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
Number of rooms: 60
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Hotel Monte Carlo Mexico City
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“Just ask for a room key and walk up and choose your room. Some have shared bathrooms, some have two beds, the choice it up to you. The front desk guys are cool. Some look sort of daunting but that is not true once you get to know them. They are really honest and sincere people.”
JeffreyW20, 22 Apr 2014 | Read review
“Luck of the draw. We had room 102, with a double bed and a single one; a closet, a desk, a table and two chairs. The bathroom was almost as large as the bedroom with tiles all over the walls and ceiling and lots of hot water. By far the best amenity in the deal. The TV worked well. They ask 100 pesos for the remote control, but if you don't want to pay, (thinking you might forget to claim your money on the way out) you can change the channels manually. Most channels are in spanish exept for one english one with movies.”
EmmanuelL170, 13 Nov 2012 | Read review
“Ask to see the room before checking in”
Lalo_de_Mexico, 4 Jun 2011 | Read review
“The front rooms are best”
jamiejet, 3 Apr 2011 | Read review
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